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Boys golf: Witt-Birn places second at Bonduel Invite

Keeney ties for fourth as individual

Leader Photo by Morgan Rode Bonduel’s Kole Jashinsky follows through after hitting a tee shot during Monday’s Bonduel Invite at Golden Sands Golf Course in Cecil.

The Wittenberg-Birnamwood High School boys golf team placed second in the Bonduel Invite at Golden Sands Golf Course in Cecil on Monday behind strong rounds from Justin Keeney and Ian Resch.

Keeney fired an 18-hole round of 83 to tie for fourth as an individual. He shot a 42 on the front 9 before recording a 41 on the final nine holes.

Resch shot an 88 to tie for seventh individually.

Logan Balliett (92), Calvin Scheurer (93) and Maverick Beran (95) rounded out the Chargers five-golfer team, each placing in the top 15 as individuals.

Bonduel came in seventh as a team with a score of 439.

Colin Hanus shot a 47 on the back nine to finish with a team best round of 101. Aaron Schaal also excelled on the back nine, firing a 48 to finish with a round of 102.

Kole Jashinsky (117), Rhett Hertzfeldt (119) and Brooks Dehn (128) rounded out the Bears team.

Marion came in eighth, just eight shots behind Bonduel.

Myles Peterson led the balanced Mustangs team with a round of 109. Cody Clegg was right behind with a 110.

Mollie Schoen and Ellen Rades each shot 114s for Marion, while McGregor Matz tallied a 116.

Menominee Indian/Gresham took 11th, with Josh Hoffman’s 93 leading the way. That scored placed him 11th overall.

Tristan Wilber shot a 134, while Gregory Turney (153), Saswaen Shawanokasic (155) and Anna Petri (155) filled out the team.

Team scores: 1. Pacelli 349; 2. Wittenberg-Birnamwood 356; 3. Oconto 390; 4. Manawa 394; 5. Amherst 404; 6. Shiocton 414; 7. Bonduel 439; 8. Marion 447; 9. Iola-Scandinavia 474; 10. Weyauwega-Fremont 482; 11. Menominee Indian/Gresham 535.